JSC Social Media Coordinators, Kanica Rakhra and Shelley McKeown, provide a briefing of the 38th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology.
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Tel Aviv University is inviting applications for a full time tenured track position at the School of Public Policy, Program of Conflict Resolution and Mediation.
Please plan to attend the first annual APSA Political Psychology Pre-Conference, to be held in conjunction with this year's annual meeting of the American Political Science Association! The interdisciplinary event will showcase some of the best current research being done at the intersection of political science and psychology. The pre-conference will take place Wednesday, September 2, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will feature presentations with facilitated discussion sessions, as well as poster panels featuring the work of scholars in political psychology.
Dana Gold, from the University of Western Ontario, writes for the Themed Blog Series this month. The Junior Scholar brings to light the effects of the long term impact 'othering'.
The European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme is offering 10-month residencies in one of the 16 participating Institutes for 43 fellows (21 Junior and 22 Senior positions). Deadline for Applications in June 5, 2015.
The School of Psychology, Sociology and Criminology, Kingston University, invites you to a new Summer School which offers an opportunity to enrich your skills and tackle the principles of qualitative research in a practical, hands-on way.
The kudos column showcases work of junior political psychologists. Whether you want to know more about what political psychology is, want to see how junior scholars have shaped their careers, want to find research collaborators or want to contribute and get your name out there, this column is for you! This month we are showcasing the work of Dr. Wenjie Yan.
The latest ISPP Blog entry, by Junior Scholar Jay Thorne. The graduate student from American Military University writes about Netanyahu's Speech to the U.S. Congress in this issue of the Themed Blog Series